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Smart Prevention: How Every Enterprise Can Create Human Firewalls

Organizations of all sizes should include both human firewalls and virtual tools in their cybersecurity budgets. The average cost of a data breach is now $3.92 million, according to IBM and Ponemon. Hackers are taking advantage of the many smart and Internet of Things devices in modern offices, which give them more attack vectors to penetrate networks. But enterprises are fighting back by training employees to become human firewalls who can secure online...

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Organizations In 40 Countries Under ‘Invisible’ Cyberattacks

Unknown threat actors are stealing sensitive financial data using memory resident malware crafted from legitimate tools, Kaspersky Lab warns. Cyberattacks have become increasingly stealthy in recent years, with goals like persistence and lateral movement becoming much more important to threat actors than ever before. Now it appears that some attacks have gotten so stealthy they are almost invisible. Kaspersky Lab this week issued an alert about a series of targeted attacks on organizations...

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Almost 200K Websites Affected by the OpenSSL HeartBleed Vulnerability…and counting!

The 'Open SSL HeartBleed' vulnerability was one of the biggest flaws in the Internet's history that affected the core security of as many as two-thirds of the world's servers i.e. half a million servers at the time of its discovery in April 2014. It has been more than two and half years since the discovery of the critical cyber crime OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability, but the flaw is still alive as it appears...

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Mobile Devices Leave Organizations Exceptionally Exposed To Cybercrime

Ovum report identifies mobile as an open door for cybercriminals to attack business systems. A new report, ‘On the Radar’, from leading research company Ovum shines a light on the extent of the mobile security problem affecting businesses of every size around the globe. It exposes the inadequate level of mobile device protection offered by most mainstream endpoint security providers who have failed to keep pace with market requirements and the subsequent threat...

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Cybercrime-as-a-Service Offered To Militants, Terrorists, Says Europol

The Darknet could provide ample resources and services for terrorists to carry out attacks, claims report. Cybercriminals offering contract services for hire offer militant groups the means to attack Europe but such groups have yet to employ such techniques in major attacks, EU police agency Europol said on Wednesday. "There is currently little evidence to suggest that their cyber-attack capability extends beyond common website defacement," it said in its annual cybercrime threat assessment...

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